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Unlike any other destination in world, South Africa offers a taste of everything that Africa is all about. With vast national parks teeming with wildlife, coastlines adorned in sparkling golden sands and rugged cliff faces, and a multi-cultural capital city racing into the future; there’s more than the average safari to this incredible destination.
South Africa is located at the southern tip of the African continent, and offers so much variety for those who visit.. Spend time in Cape Town and witness the most breathtaking views of Table Mountain National Park; stay in luxury tented camps in the renowned Kruger National Park; wake up to safari drives that rival the Serengeti; drive along the Garden Route to watch the waves crash into the perfect golden shores of the most southern edge.
A honeymoon in South Africa is for the wild at heart, where you'll be able to enjoy luxurious accommodation alongside epic wildlife experiences, before heading for Cape Town for sophisticated nightlife. Equally, South Africa is an ideal destination for family holidays, its child-friendly safari camps and "Big Five" encounters making this an immersive and experiential getaway.
It’s often forgotten that South Africa offers an incredible safari experience that can rival that of Kenya and Tanzania.
No two safaris are the same, so be sure to set aside plenty of time to visit the world-famous Kruger National Park to get up close and personal with Africa’s most iconic wildlife. Not only are you likely to see the Big Five (elephants, lions, rhinoceros, cape buffalo and leopards), but you’ll also get a chance to spot many more animals including zebras, wild dogs and hippos.
The V&A waterfront harbour is a popular destination in Cape Town that offers plenty of ways to spend your time in South Africa’s capital city.
Hop aboard a catamaran for a cruise around the bay to nearby ecological sites, get some serious shopping done at the harbours’s many boutiques and well-known stores, and indulge in some of the finest food in the city at one of the spectacular award-winning restaurants. V&A Waterfront is easy to get to and also houses a few luxury hotels for those who wish to stay within the bustle of the harbour.
Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain covered in emerald greenery that overlooks Cape Town and promises absolutely breathtaking views from the summit.
Adventurous traveller and hikers will love climbing this incredible mountain, but don’t feel like you have to be a pro to make it to the top as there’s a dedicated cable car service that’ll happily do the hard work for you. The best time to reach the summit is just before sunset so you can catch the sun as it dips behind the waters edge and the lights of the city as they come alive.
With many luxury hotels setting up shop along the pristine, rugged coastline of South Africa’s Garden Route, it’s now easier than ever to get out of the capital and explore the beauty of this spectacular region.
The Garden Route is a 300 km stretch of south-western coastline in South Africa that boasts beautiful emerald hillsides, dramatic cliff faces and practically untouched beaches that offer a refreshing change from the bustle of Cape Town. If you seek adventure beyond the safari, definitely set aside some time to experience the natural beauty of the Garden Route.
Boulders Beach is the only place in the world where you get the chance to see the African penguin in it’s natural habitat!
This beautiful beach is not only home to pristine clear waters and soft golden sands, but also to 2,000-3,000 waddling African penguins. Although it’s not recommended to feed the penguins, you’ll definitely get the chance to get up close and photograph them as they play in the waters and walk along the beachfront. The beach is also great for swimming, climbing and exploring as there’s plenty of granite boulders and rock pools to enjoy.
Coveted as one of the finest train journeys in the world, the Blue Train travels across South Africa and promises the height of luxury paired with the beautiful passing landscapes that can be viewed from the carriage window.
Harnessing the age-old power of steam and boasting carriage interiors imbued with luxurious velvet furnishings and polished wood, The Blue Train promises an unforgettable experience that calls back to the explorer era of Africa. Take in uninterrupted views of the South African landscape as it passes by, and if you need anything at all, just let your personal butler take care of everything.
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Best Time To Travel:
November - February
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